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Sepsis - Early Recognition and Treatment in all Community Settings

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Lecture Hall

St Mary's Hospital

Phoenix Park

Dublin

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Sepsis is a common time- dependent medical emergency. It can affect a person of any age, from any social background and can strike irrespective of underlying good health or concurrent medical conditions.

St. Mary’s Hospital, Phoenix Park, Dublin 20 is currently participating in HSE Sepsis programme and are hosting an educational talk on Sepsis on September 8th 2017.

Sepsis – Early Recognition and treatment in all community settings and Effective Clinical handover for improved patient outcomes

Speakers:

1. Dr Vida Hamilton MB, FCARCSI, FJFICMI , National Clinical Lead Sepsis

2. Ms. Denise Doolan, NMPD Officer,Nursing and Midwifery Planning & Development, Dublin South, Kildare & Wicklow

Focus content of lecture:

1) Early recognition and treatment of sepsis in all settings in the community .

  • introduction of pilot sepsis screening forms to CHO9 as a clinical decision support tool to optimise patient care and data quality .
  • importance of vaccination and other preventative measures such as hand hygiene and antimicrobrial stewardship.

2) Effective clinical handover

  • Discuss an effective clinical handover process with patient goals and improved outcomes as central to the communication process
  • Outline supporting resources to support communication in handover
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St Mary's Hospital

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